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red fern fronds

  • Subject: [ferns] red fern fronds
  • From: "Edgar Bates" epb888@cox.net
  • Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 00:13:38 -0800

A science instructor of my acquaintance (a knowledgable fern person) suggests
that you get at your local library this article: "Why Turn Red?" by  Susan
Milius. Science News, October 26, 2002,  162 (17): 264-265.   It is the latest
treatment seen on the subject that is reliable, accessible and readable by
amateurs.        Ed Bates

Phyllis Bates
Encinitas, CA

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